What Luck is saying is that people shouldn't care about how a movepool is created. They should only care about that a movepool contains all the attacking moves under the skies, and not useless moves such as Sand-attack, Splash, Tackle, or Bug Bite. The problem is: NO POKEMON IS LIKE THAT. Not even Gengar, which people say has a huge movepool. Look at its level-up and egg moves; most of them suck. Now, if with your post, you're saying "I don't give a fuck about how the other Pokemon's movepools are", that's where I don't agree with you. What we've created (and creating) are POKEMON. Since they are Pokemon, they need to conform with the already-existing Pokemon in everything. We SHOULD care about how the already-existing Pokemon's movepools are. Search as hard as you like, and you will never find a Pokemon having more than 6 viable moves altogether in the level-up and egg moves lists. But maybe your argument is "But we didn't know this when we created Syclant, and we voted for those moves". First of all, now we know about them. And secondly, Syclant was the first Pokemon that was created, which means that people were basically in the dark when voting for particular moves. This further implies that we can now look at Syclant and decide for ourselves whether the voting produced what we wanted or not. Anyway, I just wanted to put things in perspective. In my opinion, Syclant's egg move list (and its level-up list, too, to an extent, even though I didn't complain about it) is ridiculous. Not even Mew learns the amount of attacking moves Syclant learns, (and Mew learns EVERY TM) and that insults my intelligence, basically.